A recent study finds that western Europe is falling behind eastern Europe in knowledge-sector jobs, both in terms of relative growth and in some cases in absolute numbers. Lower labor costs and a well-educated young workforce in eastern Europe are contributing to the eastward movement of knowledge-intensive industries, defined in the study as "the tech sector, information and communications technology, advanced services, and creative professions." Bratislava, Slovakia, has the continent's highest percentage of "brain jobs," with 22% of the working-age population employed in these industries. foreignpolicy.com/2021/04/02/it-is-western-europes-turn-for-a-brain-drain
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